Once More Unto the Breach: Managing Information Security in an Uncertain World

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The challenges you face as an information security manager (ISM) have increased enormously since the first edition of Once more unto the Breach was published. What seemed exceptional in 2011 is the norm in 2015: vulnerabilities have been experienced across all operating systems, millions of individuals have been affected by data breaches, and countless well-known companies have fallen victim to cyber attacks. It's your duty to ensure that your organisation isn't next. In this revised edition of Once more unto the Breach, Andrea C Simmons uses her extensive experience to provide an important insight into the changing role and responsibilities of the ISM, walking you through a typical ISM's year and using the role of project manager on a programme of change to highlight the various incidents and issues that arise on an almost daily basis - and often go unnoticed. You'll also discover the importance of having a camera with you at all times. For too long, security has been seen as more of an inhibitor than an enabler. Once more unto the Breach is an invaluable resource that will help you improve this perception, and achieve better overall information protection as a result. About the author Andrea C Simmons is an information governance specialist with extensive experience in the private and public sectors. She has made significant contributions to the development of standards and industry research, and is currently working on a PhD in information assurance. She writes articles and blogs, and presents at conferences, seminars and workshops. Andrea is a member of many professional bodies and has just been awarded Senior Member status of the ISSA.

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